The Comus Inn Soft Opens on Wednesday, 10/28
UPDATED TO REFLECT OPENING DATE
Back in January we let you know that the Comus Inn at Sugarloaf Mountain in Dickerson was temporarily closed after being purchased by new owners.
They have made some major changes, transforming the Inn into a beer garden that’ll allow you to sip on local beers while enjoying food from their new menu, which was created by Chef Sammy D.
Sammy D was brought on to be the culinary director at the Comus Inn and is coming off of a successful run at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The menu will focus on local, seasonal ingredients, and will feature “something for everyone” (we’ve heard great things about their burgers).
They’ve also brought in pastry chef Brandi Edinger, who has one first place in multiple dessert competitions across the east coast, and executive Sous chef Scott Hines.
The Comus Inn dates back to 1862 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Looking out to Sugarloaf Mountain, the barn photographed below stands as a reminder of the property’s history and charm.